PRIVACY ISSUES: Getting Noticed : An article from: Financial Executive
by Ellen M Heffes
Alan Westin, a publisher and professor, discusses the nature of privacy issues impacting business in an interview. He says privacy has been a business concern for a decade or more. Three things driving it today are: 1. identity theft, 2. spyware, and 3. regulatory changes in the financial services industry. Westin says there are between 2,000 and 3,000 privacy officers. The do-not-call laws are magnificent. Without that, there would be a continued, deep anger at business. Both at the Congressional and the state legislative level, this is not going to be a year in which business privacy is off the agenda.
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Title: PRIVACY ISSUES: Getting Noticed
Author: Ellen M Heffes
Publication: Financial Executive (Feature)
Date: March 31, 2005
Publisher: Financial Executives International
Volume: 21 Issue: 2 Page: 30-32
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